White Collar Worker

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Takin' Care Of Business - Development
815 into the city." The standard uniform worn by technicians at the studio was a white collared shirt, which inspired the title "White Collar Worker." While BTO was still playing bars in Vancouver ... chords (a I-VII-IV progression) over and over, and he sang "White Collar Worker" with the new words "Takin' Care of Business" inserted into the chorus ... After this, he rewrote the lyrics to "White Collar Worker" with a new chorus and the title "Takin' Care of Business." Along with this he wrote a revised guitar riff, which was the I-VII-IV progression ...

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